…and then we do the mash

It’s time to get our mash-on people! Today we take a pictorial view of the mash tun – what goes in it, and what it looks like on the inside.

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The ups and downs of malt

One of the weird things about working in a 150 year-old building is that we must fit our tanks and pipes into the spaces we’ve got. Our milling process is no exception. Here’s how it goes down…and up.

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Yeast part two: reuse and recycle

When we last looked in on our friend yeast – the tiny engine that creates the alcohol in our favourite beverage – it had just completed the fermentation process. Today we’re talking cropping.

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Deciphering date codes

Q: I am a sailor in charge of our ship’s beer inventory and I was looking for expiration date of Moosehead beer. However, I could not find the information anywhere on the can or on the cases. Please advise, need your help on this one. Click through for the answer!

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MOOSEHEAD ANNOUNCES LOCATION FOR NEW SMALL-BATCH BREWERY

In 2017, on the occasion of their 150th anniversary, the Oland family will open a new small-batch brewery in Saint John, New Brunswick. Moosehead will be building its new facility on Water Street, adjacent to Pugsley slip at the bottom of Princess Street, on Port of Saint John property.

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